Why did they do that? Whoopsie Wednesday is a weekly series of ideas that don’t work so well in Key West.
Most Recent Whoopsies
South Roosevelt Never Had a ChanceCity email shows “no change” was baked in for S. Roosevelt PRIOR to the public workshop seeking public input. This email found within the draft report: The email, posted weeks ago on the city’s website, suggests city leadership had no intention of considering input from the citizenry. http://ww.cityofkeywest-fl.gov/egov/documents/1484842092_97694.pdf [shortlink]Read More »
Crosswalk Paint No Longer Visible at Busy Whitehead and Greene Streets IntersectionMaintenance Concern The intersection of Greene Street and Whitehead Street is very busy with cars, trains, trolleys, taxis, and people, lots of people… yet not one crosswalk is painted on the street. Okay, there is one small section of faded paint showing Key West’s attention to safe bike/ped infrastructure; otherwise nothing to help people […]Read More »
Door Lane Installed along ReynoldsIn late 2016, the City of Key West installed a door lane along the 1500 block of Reynolds Street. Door lanes are substandard-width bike lanes alongside parked cars that place cyclists at risk. Motorists exiting parked cars open their doors in the path of the bike lane which can strike a rider, or force them […]Read More »
Map of Key West Whoopsies
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